We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews international court of justice international law guided tour visitor center permanent court of arbitration andrew carnegie eternal flame free exhibition information centre beautiful building free audio guide united nations inside the building open to the public interesting place take pictures den haag
A beautiful building but not much in the way of tours and experiences. There is a free audioguide but even that is a bit frustrating because if somebody else clicked on the same section you need to wait for it to finish before you can...More
The peace palace was a truly beautiful place with amazing history. The pricing is fair and cheaper than most museums in Amsterdam. Would recommend peace palace over other sightseeing in Amsterdam and surroundings.
As a student you are allowed to enter the library. The peace palace itself is very beautiful. The garden is best seen during the summer. There is a gift shop on the outside where you can buy books and get more information about the palace....More
One could not be faulted for the Peace Palace in the Hague as a Church front with a cursory first glance.
This majestically constructed building is an international law administrative building in the Hague, Netherlands. And in the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Court...More
This peace palace is stunning from the inside. You have to make a reservation by their website and it is not 'always'open, but if you get the chance : go. The security regelations are severe so you can not take anything inside like bags and...More
a beautiful property but only limited place is accessible by the tourist. The information center is quite informative. Guided tour is available but you have to pre registered on their website.
There is no car park for public in this attraction but there are many...More
This was a have to visit when in The Hague. The self guided recorded tour was free which was fantastic but they did not have enough packs for the whole group so some had to wait. The tour takes half an hour and is very...More
Hi Experts ! I will be making a Day Trip from Amsterdam to Den Haag and then on to Delft. After visiting the Peace Palace, would like to proceed to Delft by Tram 1. Understand that the tickets can be bought from the Tram Driver. What is the fare to Delft (also which stop to get down in Delft for the Grote Markt ??) and is exact change required ?? Thanks for any advice !!!
June 14, 2014|
Hi there, 1] 3 euro 2] Prinsenhof stop is closest 3] No exact change but please not too big notes, 10-20 euro is max to expect him/her to have proper change. All the best, <Erik> & [Sandya]
New York City
Visit to Peace Palace (1 Replies)
I will be in Hague in July. Does anyone know if tours of the Peace Palace will resume, either weekdays or weekends? If so, is there a way to get advanced reservations? Thanks for your help!
June 21, 2012|
The site keeps on showing 'booking will be possible in a few weeks time'. But longer than a few weeks :-( Maybe ask them, or Hague tourist office, by e-mail? All the best, <Erik> & [Sandya]
Day trip to The Hague: how much is realistic? (11 Replies)
We will be in Amsterdam for a few days pre-cruise and want to take a day trip to The Hague on July 13th. The list of things to see is: The Peace Palace, International Criminal Court, Escher Museum, Mauritshuis museum, and possibly Sheveningen waterfront. (This list is not in order of priority) How much is realistically possible to see in one day? Thanks for your help!
May 03, 2018|
It’s a busy day, but if you start early it should be doable. But first of all you should check if there is a hearing scheduled at the International Criminal Court. If not, I wouldn’t recommend a visit because there isn’t really that much to see otherwise. On July 13th the sun only sets at around 10PM, so I would leave Scheveingen for the end of the day. You can have dinner there and watch the sun set into the sea.